[ taw-raw ]
/ ˈtɔ rɔ /
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noun, plural to·ros [taw-raws]. /ˈtɔ rɔs/. Spanish.
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How to use toro in a sentence
But the stories of the Riveras and Toros are often interrupted by the stories of their neighbors.The 2014 Novel of the Year|Nathaniel Rich|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The next afternoon all the world crowds to the Plaza de toros.Gatherings From Spain|Richard Ford
There is a handsome Plaza de Toros at Seville, built in 1870, with seats for fourteen thousand spectators.
In the very midst of war's alarms, and during civil trouble, the plazas de toros were thronged with enthusiastic spectators.
Exasperated strangers have been heard to declare that in southern Spain you hear of but two things—Toros y Moros.Southern Spain|A.F. Calvert
In the same year God gave him a daughter, whom he named Takusch, and four years later his son Toros came into the world.Armenian Literature|Anonymous